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Co-Parenting: A Primary Focus of this Blog

As a family law attorney, divorced mother of one, married stepmother of one and mother of whom I will lovingly call the “linking child” (i.e. the child of a second marriage where one or both spouses have children from a prior marriage),

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BLENDED FAMILIES: A NEW BABY
I have been part of a blended family for three years now. My wife has two kids from her previous marriage, and we are expecting our first child together this fall. What can we do to ensure that the kids see adding the baby to the clan as a positive thing?

Stepmom Boundaries
I recently received the following inquiry: I’ve heard you talk a lot about blended families from the perspective of a stepmom, but I rarely hear you talk about what it is like from the real mom’s perspective. I have been divorced for 5 years and have joint physical custody of my 9-year old son. My ex husband remar

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Divorce Survival Tips: Temporary Support Payments
Try to come to an agreement with your spouse about alimony and child support, at least temporarily.
Divorce Survival Tips: Separate your Money
When preparing for separation and divorce, divide up your bank accounts.
Divorce Survival Tips: Take Care of you
When going through a divorce, don't forget to take care of yourself.